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From Stefan Cars <>
Subject Re: Execute or do ?
Date Mon, 24 May 2004 11:56:30 GMT
Ok! THanks for that. Would there be any advantage performance-wise in
placing alot of code in a perl-module instead of requiring it ? It looks
nicer and all that in a module, but performancee ?

Kind Regards,
Stefan Cars

On Mon, 24 May 2004, Gerald Richter wrote:

> Stefan Cars wrote:
> > Hi!
> >
> > If I need to init some DB and stuff in each page, what is the most
> > efficient way todo that ? Using Execute or do's ?
> >
> do will always recompile your Perl code, while Execute will only when the
> code changes. If the code never changes you can also use require. In case
> you use require you should place your code in a separate package to avoid
> namespace problems. Execute has a little bit more overhead on the first run,
> but will be faster on the following invocations. require is even faster,
> because it does not test if the source file has changed.
> Gerald
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